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Wiimotes one of my wiimotes will not connect to the console. ive tried pushing the sync button and it still does'nt connect

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Try pressing the Home button on the center of the Wiimote then going to remote options and going to reconnect on the bottom of the screen next you will have to hold the one and two buttons simultaniously the wiimotes will vibrate and make a beeping noise when they connect.
Good luck

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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